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Here’s What NASA Thinks Mars Houses Could Look Like

07/30/2018

NASA has selected five winners in an ongoing contest it has been running to get smart ideas about how to build a 3d-printed habitat on Mars. Mars X-House, designed by SEArch+ team, is one of them.

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Brooklyn Ballet’s Nutcracker Features Costumes by Professor Rebeccah Pailes

12/01/2017

Rebeccah Pailes-Friedman has designed a number of high-tech costumes for the Brooklyn Ballet’s production of The Brooklyn Nutcracker at the Brooklyn Museum.

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TEK-TILES 2017

07/01/2017

Pailes-Friedman collaborated with the TEK-TILES 2017 project focused on developing ideas for embedding and manufacturing technology into apparel and textiles.

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A Sneak Peek of the Brooklyn Ballet’s ‘Nutcracker’ at the Brooklyn Museum

01/05/2017

The Village Voice spent an afternoon with the Brooklyn Ballet at the Brooklyn Museum. The company will perform The Nutcracker at the museum, showcasing their ballet, hip-hop, and world dance chops.

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Mission to Mars, Pratt Design Reaches for the Stars

01/05/2017

Pratt Institute, selected in 2016 to participate in NASA’s eXploration Habitat (X-Hab) Academic Innovation Challenge — part of the space agency’s goal is to send astronauts to Mars by the 2030's.

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Why NASA Needs Architects And Designers

07/15/2016

Architecture and Industrial Design students at Pratt Institute designed a transit habitat for Mars missions that would be both comfortable and functional for their trip to the red planet.

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Home Sweet Habitat: Students Help NASA Design Mars Spacecraft Living Quarters

06/03/2016

The mission was to design a spacecraft for Mars-bound astronauts that was both functional and livable, making efficient use of tight quarters for the crew's 1,000-day journey.

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NASA Project Collaboration Inspires Students to Create Habitat for Travel to Mars

05/01/2016

For an interdisciplinary studio class led by Morris and Pailes-Friedman, Pratt students are working on the NASA project: eXploration Habitat (X-Hab) 2016 Academic Innovation Challenge.

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Coded Couture exhibition in New York presents garments that detect lies and read tweets

03/17/2016

A new exhibition at the Pratt Manhattan Gallery in New York includes garments, jewelry and shoes fitted with technologies such as speech recognition sensors and heartbeat monitors.

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Smart Fashion of the Future Is on View at Pratt Manhattan’s “Coded_Couture” Show

02/17/2016

Technology and fashion are clearly on the brains of museum folk. Whetting our appetites for The Costume Institute’s “Manus x Machina” this May, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston will exhibit “#techstyle”

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This Innovative Exhibit Explores How Coding Is Used In Fashion Design

02/08/2016

From clothing that shocks the wearer for lying or mirrors our social media activity to jewelry made from our own cells, code points the way to the wearable future...

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Designers, Students Mesh Apparel With Technology

12/23/2015

Tasked with creating wearable technology for astronauts aboard the International Space Station, student teams designed products to control interior lighting, locate objects in storage and more...

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